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in the disappearance of kevin collins. this is man san francisco police knew mostly as wayne jackson. he had at least four aliases, and that's what threw police off his trail. >> based on jackson's description, his residence on masonic avenue, his ownership of a large black dog, and his criminal history, we are investigating jackson as a person of interest in this case. >> reporter: jackson was 6 feet tall, blond, and had a black dog, just like the person last seen talking to collins in february of 1984 at masonic and oak streets in san francisco. jackson lived on masonic. >> it's hard to look at it and not think, you know, that this is it, or this was very, very likely that this is what happened. >> reporter: kevin's brother steven found out last night from police that when kevin vanished, officers knew of jackson's 1991 connection to a kidnapping and molestation of a 7-year-old boy in san francisco. in february of '84, police interviewed jackson, and they searched his house. >> so that's my brother mike and myself here, gary, and kevin. >> reporter: but in 1984, police did not know about jackson's
presidential primary came to new york, new york state, critical moment and jackson scored upset wins over dukakis and al gore sort of around the edges. koch linked up with gore because he did not like jesse jackson. he called new york city hymie town in 1984 and saying any jewish person is crazy to vote for jackson. jesse jackson won new york city. and it was indication of the problem that sort of the racial problem that sort of really flourished in the democratic party while koch was mayor and then a year and a half ago, david dinkens challenges ed koch and beats him in the primary and now the end of the political career. >> hawkins killed before the primary and put a spotlight on the racial insensitivity and the challenges of the city under koch. earlier -- last year, talked about the central park five movie and infamous moment saying obviously they're guilty and obviously they weren't. moving along from that. he was the embodiment of the city. brash, combative. so colorful and charismatic. won 21 races and lost 3. a congressman and then mayor for three terms. niktd has a great quote. a
this morning" from super bowl park at jackson square, new orleans. we want to get right to some breaking news from turkey. >> that's where a suicide bomber set off an explosion outside of the u.s. embassy this morning. mark, good morning. >> good morning, charlie and norah. the news is recent and somewhat contradictory as to what has happened place. there has been an explosion, it appears, at the side entrance of the u.s. embassy in turkey. there are two reports of deaths involved. one says a suicide bomber. another says two have died at this. one agent in turkey say these were turkey security employees. this appears to be a side security gate to tell bacy. the staff in the embassy, we're told, are in a lockdown now, not responding to phone calls at this stage. the embassy in turkey, by the way, with a lot of u.s. embassies under the threat in the islamic world, this embassy does not come under one of those to be a prime security threat. the explosion appears to have been sizeable enough to damage the security gate at the side of the embassy but no damage from the initial picture, anyway, to
to our maps, we can show you more areas of roadwork, that long stretch of 880 from 23rd to jackson has roadwork in various lanes. that's oakland all the way down into hayward this morning. it's so early that we're seeing a lot of green on our sensors and green for our color-coded guide means speeds over 40 miles per hour. pretty much everything moving at the limit in the south bay. the altamont pass ride is looking good coming through livermore. and bart so far no delay. everything on time. that's a check of your "timesaver traffic." back to you guys. >> all right, elizabeth. thank you. >>> here's a story you don't hear every day. a minivan hit a camel who broke out of its east bay enclosure twice. a veterinarian is set to examine rudy the camel today. according to police, the 10- year-old animal doesn't appear to be injured after he ran away from the accident scene in concord. police called in some cowboys to help out. >> i have been a cowboy my whole life. it's all i have ever done is work with cows. so this is -- like i said, on the ranch, it's
. hallie jackson gives us a preview. >> economists are predicting we will see basically what we have been seeing. the unemployment rate around 720% for the third year in a row -- 7.8%. >> we will see positive economic growth and job creation this year. >> the economy shrank by a tenths of a percentage point. >> president obama spent an entire election promising americans ever return to robust economic growth was right around the corner. >> there was a fourth quarter economic shrinkage. the economy is seeing some bright spots. more people buying cars. when it comes to unemployment, the long-term outlook is grim. >> building study and near 8% is not where we want to be. >> some of the biggest challenges revolving around what is happening here in washington and the uncertainty over the debt ceiling. hallie jackson come wbal-tv 11 news. >> seeing a shift for the super bowl. the commercials are more of a start than the players. jane king has the bloomberg business report. veggies over pizza? >> i know. i'm not sure if i believe that. lockheed martin is seeing record profits on the horizon. the
>>> welcome to "cbs this morning" from super bowl park at jackson square new orleans. we want to get right to some breaking news from ankara turkey. >> as you were sleeping in the west, a suicide bomber set off an explosion outside the american embassy, killing himself and one other person. mark phillips is in london. mark, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, norah, charlie. the attack is said to have been by a suicide bomber and took place at one of the security guards to the embassy building. the actual attack was captured in this cell phone footage. the bomber seems to have self-detonated inside the guard building, blowing the door off its hinges. turkish security guard was killed. there was at least one other serious injury outside. the main embassy building does not appear to have been damaged. none of the staff there hurt. the u.s. ambassador offered his sympathies to the family of the guard. >> from today's event it's clear we both suffer from this terrible, terrible problem of today's world and we're determined after events like this only more to coopera
controversy saying jews "would be crazy" to vote for jesse jackson. but koch told the "macneil- lehrer newshour's" charlayne hunter gault jackson was provoking people. >> i've been the mayor here for 11 years. for ten years, prior to this particular period, we've had no difficulty in this city as it relates to civil disturbance. what he is in fact conjuring up is that the summer that he came here, there might be civil disturbance. that's what he's saying-- fire in the theatre. i don't think that's very nice of him to do. >> sreenivasan: koch left office in 1989 after losing the democratic primary to david dinkins. current new york mayor michael bloomberg reflected on koch's legacy today. >> and when we mourn his passing, ed really-- we always say this, but ed really would have wanted us to celebrate his life and the life of the city he loved. >> sreenivasan: koch voiced that love for his city often, as here in a documentary released in theaters today. >> whenever i would fly home, there was the city of new york laid out before me, and i thought to myself, "this belongs to me! it's extr
last night here at jackson square. the big story was the pro football hall of fame. the former 49ers owner is not among them. here is who did make the cut, larry allen. he will be joined by chris carter, warren sapp and dave robinson. while all those players, all seven of them will have their moment in canton later this summer, the focus, at least locally, was on the player that didn't make it. tim brown is not in. charles hayley did not make the cut and, of course, eddie. >>reporter: will eddie get it some day? >> i don't know. i thought he had a chance but i didn't think he had a great chance. it's very rare contributors go in. this was the best shot but he had parcel sitting there. >> really, only two people, i believe, have spoken against him it wasn't much. most of the decision was positive. >>reporter: 49ers held their find walk-through at the superdome, a building the team is familiar with. earlier this year san francisco beat the students in colin kaepernick's first start. chris culliver will spend his off season doing damage control after his homophobic comments. after the s
of the country. here's today's rainmaker -- jackson, memphis, chicago, louisville, the southern areas stay warm. raleigh, 50s. miami, back into the 80s. i know it's been a cold weekend. it will warm up in south florida tomorrow. >> just looking at denver, early this morning. you also get a warmup over the next couple of days. all that weather brought to you by macy's, everybody. >> very active map, sam. >>> get ready to meet the shark whisperer. why this young woman is getting so dangerously close to sharks. >> get out of the water. something dangerously close to sharks. >> get out of the water. [ male announcer ] this is anna, her long day teaching the perfect swing begins with back pain and a choice. take advil, and maybe have to take up to four in a day. or take aleve, which can relieve pain all day with just two pills. good eye. the reason i'm still in this body feelin' so good isn't because i never go out and enjoy the extra large, extra cheese world we live in. it's because i do. introducing the new weight watchers 360 program. join for free and expect amazing. because it works. i took my
by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. reporting tonight from jackson square in new orleans. square in new >> pelley: good evening. we are here to cover the super bowl this sunday, but we start tonight with the economy. it took nearly five years but the dow is back above 14,000, a symbolic end to the worst economic crisis since the great depression. back in october of 2007 the dow hit an all time high of 14,164
" on nbc. >>> coming up, the new job that michael jackson's 16-year-old son, prince, just landed. >> also, the woman who gave birth to four boys on the same day but they are not quad druplets. >> what? >> i don't know. quadruplets. >> what? >> i don't know. we'll explain after your local news. adjust your retirement plan along the way. rethink how you're invested. and refocus as your career moves forward. wherever you are today, a fidelity ira has a wide range of investment choices to help you fine-tune your personal economy. call today and we'll make it easy to move that old 401(k) to a fidelity no-fee ira. ii am the hero of my story.lly. i am her hero. i am ready for tonight. i am ready for the rest of my life. let your hair color do the talking new revlon luxurious colorsilk buttercream™, ammonia free, triple butter complex of mango, shea, and coconut for superior hair color, gorgeous texture and amazing shine. try new revlon luxurious colorsilk buttercream™. >>> time is 7:26. good morning. i'm jon kelley. google stock setting a personal best this morning and crossed 800 for the fi
st. louis cathedral. [ church bells ] >> jackson square, the highway. gone. no access to the river. it's over. >> reporter: and the damage wouldn't end there. >> all you see in front of us, all these trees, all the grassy grounds are gone. this is an up ramp to an elevated highway. >> both the mayor, the governor, the city council, all wanted that elevated highway in the worst way. >> reporter: so a small group of new orleanians went to war. >> we were the underdogs. >> reporter: until reinforcements arrived from san francisco. >> they wouldn't accept a nickel. they came on their own to save the city of new orleans from an elevated highway based on their experience in san francisco with the embarcadero. never seen anything like it. >> reporter: the san francisco brigade's best weapon, one single image. >> we had a photograph of the embarcadero as it passed in front of the ferry building in san francisco. and we juxtaposed a drawing that we did of the vieux carre riverfront expressway elevated in front of jackson square and we sent
today. we've been taking a lot of cabs from our hotel into jackson square and the french quarter and we've been talking to a lot of the drivers and they're saying that there could be a brief work stoppage today and that's because of some regulation grievances the taxi cab drivers have. obviously that would have a crippling effect on mobility in a city that is pushing tourist capacity, about 150,000 people are expected to be here, and i can tell you getting a cab is difficult already, so if a significant number of cab drivers were to strike even for a few hours it could cause headaches for a lot of people and everywhere we go we need a cab so we would be in trouble. it was a little tough this morning when i left the hotel to meet these guys for the live shots. hopefully they get it all worked out and we'll have to i guess see what happens. >> and later in the show you're going to get your fortune told or something like that. >> reporter: well, frank, i was told when it comes to new orleans, you have to enjoy seafood, you have to take a carriage r
cites michael jackson, who is a virgo, and they tend to be extreme perfectionists, over the top, having everything right. >> so it was in the stars? >> you're going to see stars. >> how about take two, the super bowl super kiss? super bowl ad for the web development company godaddy.com. commercial features world famous super model bar refaeli and actor jesse heiman. this isn't even kissing. this is throwing down. the idea of a perfect match, they say, when sexy meets smart, your small business scores. >> right. >> this is the one they're going to run during the super bowl on sunday. this goes on for quite some time. there was a version that was supposedly rejected by cbs where they played tonsil hockey. >> they're tonguing? >> like deep. >> french kissing. >> we had to blur it out, believe it or not. >> it's that bad you had to blur it out? i'm just being dramatic. i actually thought, okay, if he -- listen, there's someone for everyone. if he looked like george clooney and he was kissing her affectionately like that, would it have been edited out? is it because people are like, eww? >>
times. he will join us with randy jackson -- next. >>> also, the report on jobs came out. ktvu's pam cook will tell us about the big impact with wall street this morning. ♪ we were skipping stones and letting go ♪ ♪ over the river and down the road ♪ [ female announcer ] at nature valley, we know nature comes together in amazing ways. that's why we bring together natural ingredients, like dark chocolate with toasted oats, or sweet golden honey. perfect combinations of nature's delicious ingredients, from nature valley. ♪ ♪ i was thinking that i hope this never ends ♪ [ female announcer ] nature valley granola bars, nature at its most delicious. >>> well, the dow crossed over the 14,000 mark this morning for the first time since october 2007. taking a live look at the big board right now, it's still really close, up 135 to 13,996. it's been fluctuating back and forth. should mention the nasdaq is up 31 and the s&p is up 13. now why are stocks doing so well? there was some good economic news out this morning. ktvu's pam cook is in our newsroom with the jobs report and als
in the left hand corner. michelle griego somewhere down there right there at jackson square as the count down continues, just two days away from the big game. cbs 5 political insider phil matier back here, in san francisco. he's got former mayor willie brown and police chief greg surr with him. let's kick it off with mayor brown. we understand you're working on a special committee with condoleezza rice to bring the super bowl here. >> we want to bring the super bowl either 16 or 17, we really would prefer the 50th 50th anniversary of the super bowl and believe me with people like daniel lury and i'm recruiting john madden, it's going to be something very special, and i believe san francisco is currently in the final three or four cities that are under consideration. >> houston is one, miami is one, and they're asked you to help put something together on this. >> they're wondering if we can handle it and we're going to show them sunday that we can. >> o to handle the crowds and parties. >> yeah, and it costs a lot overmine. indianapolis spent $25 mill
evening news with scott pelley reporting tonight from jackson square in new orleans. >> pelley: good evening, we have a lot to get to on this super bowl eve and we will tell you all about that in a moment. but first we are going to turn to a place that is legendary for being very far away. there was a remarkable spectacle in the town of timbuktu today, the center of culture in the african nature of mali islamic extremists had taken over there
's it going out there? we're at jackson square. you're right, liz. you said that people have arrived here in new orleans. they definitely have. and security has come with it. i was just mentioning to liz off camera that when the police drive around in the city right now, both with motorcycles and with squad cars, their lights are on. it's kind of a warning to let everybody know we have a lot of police presence in the city tonight. and from what i've seen, there have been no problems. >> right. so far. but there are a lot more people in the city. have you noticed? you can't get a cab very easily anymore. the traffic just getting here was pretty bad. we've been waiting all week for fans to come into town. and you know what? football is finally here! >> who has got it better than us? >> nobody! >> reporter: the super bowl is just days away. >> do you feel the super bowl fever now? >> oh, absolutely! >> reporter: usually crowded for mardi gras, bourbon street is now full of football fans. >> what took you so long to get here? >> we gotta work
by cbs of super bowl xlvii, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: we are in jackson square at historic new orleans just down want road from thesuperdome, wherecc1: baltimore ravens and the san francisco 49ers are going to face off this evening. we're joined by the commissioner of the national football league roger goodell, plus our cbs sports broadcast team, jim nantz, phil simms, who will be calling the game tonight. and hall of fame wide receiver and cbs analyst shannon sharpe, who seems to me the only guy here today wearing some super bowl rings. >> i thought occasion warranted me bringing out the big diamonds. >> schieffer: mr. commission, i thank you for being with us. some very serious questions now that are on your plate. the president of the united states said he's not sure he'd want his kid to play football if he had a son. what is your reaction to this? would you want your children to play football now if-- >> absolutely. i have twin daughters, just like the president. and i'm concerned when they play any sport. the second highest incidence of concussions is actua
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made sure they'll be there no matter what it takes. >> it's complicated. we're flying into jackson, mississippi. we're driving three hours to -- >> new orleans. >> we're not staying in new orleans. biloxi. which is an hour and a half outside of new orleans, and then driving into the game, so we have to find somewhere to stash the car, take public transit. there will be a lot of driving. >> it was pretty last minute. taking my dad. he had to get a separate flight so he's leaving out of oakland and we're both going through houston so we're going to meet up there and we get into new orleans tonight. >> it was really hard because we have two small kids and we left them behind so we could go. that shows you how excited we were. >> reporter: wyle fans breathed a sigh of relief, tickets to the game are getting cheaper on sites like stubhub.com as we get closer to sunday. some, like this father and son team, got it all together early. >> we went on line, bought ticket, made airline reservations, hotel reservations. >> reporter: you are the most organized people we met all day. >> we try. >
jackson led a march today commemorating the life of the 15-year-old majorette who performed at president obama's inauguration. the teenager shot in the back killed also on tuesday. now, before i tell you why i think the assault weapons ban that the president is seeking is almost beside the point when it comes to gun violence, let's see how new orleans and other violence-plagued cities are dealing. the super bowl just hours away. security sky high in the big easy. >> i can stand here and it tell you without a doubt that this week there is no safer place to be than the city of new orleans. >> that is a comfort for many thousands of visitors to the city struggling to recover from the plague of violent crime crime that followed hurricane katrina in 2005. >> when you hear the stories it breaks your heart to know that they have been able to see first hand what is going on in the streets. >> this 11-year-old boy almost didn't make it. in may of 2012 gunmen using assault weapons fired on his birthday party. his cousin and another innocent bystander were killed. this youngster was shot in the nec
. we took a walk over here to jackson square, grabbed a newspaper along the way, here is the headlines "electrifying, baltimore survivors the san francisco second half surge." that was in reference to what happened at the superdome. the power went out early in the second half for a full 34 minutes, the have dome was dark, with the exception of emergency lighting so it is not that fans were plunged into pitch darkness but not bright enough for the players to play so a very strange moment and strange if the players to sit that out and lose the momentum. it was the turning point for the 49ers. >> did the power outage make a difference? >> the momentum shifted after that. to our favor, actually, and we weren't going to win that game. >> as we have learned in our week here in new orleans, the morning half always means cleaning up. you heard the small street sweeper goes by makes a lot of noise and the pavement is a little bit wet, clearly ravens fans had a big party and 49er fans had a great game and the faithful are not going anywhere. live for abc7 news. >> the niners are expected back in
at the jackson square broadcast center. it is simply mind boggling. at the end of the broadcast is a different story. there is a whole lot of relief and get me to bourbon street. [ laughter ] >> reporter: bourbon street where he will likely run into mike sugerman. those of you getting to see the game in person and there are quite a few coming from the bay area, but for many, it will be their first superbowl. their first chance to live out their dream. but for one lucky fan, superbowl 47 is his 47th superbowl in american. vern glenn has this super story. >> reporter: the nfl fan experience, fans are lining up to get their picture next to the actual superbowl trophy. and tomorrow night, one of these two teams is going home with that named after the legendary coach vince lombardi from the green bay packers. let me show you one particular superfan. this is san francisco's larry jacobson. he has been to every single superbowl. he is one of three guys who have been to every single superbowl. >> it's an event we plan for starting in february, so i
whitaker or jim mackay or keith jackson, crist, these were heroes and they were never trying to overshadow the game. they had an el consequence and elegance in the way that they presented a broadcast. they had this little undercurrent of storytelling and knowledge they shared with you, and a warmth that made you feel like gosh, it's nice to have them in our home, you know, they are a friend. and every great broadcast has had some time to get that connection where people want you in their home. you're the person that they want to consider as their guide and their eyes and their ears and their heart. >> rose: . >> and how do you do it. >> i think you just try to really be yourself. you have it, charlie. i don't want to embarrass you here but we had thiswonderft commander's palace, beautiful dinner the other evening. and we had a lot of people there including the harbaughs. and the biggest story in the room is when you walked in because everyoneel like they we wth arien that they always, a friend that they had never met but was a member kind of the family that is a real gift. i aspire to have
to clear stage equipment from jackson square. the same kind of effort is under way along river bound lanes right in front of the superdome. >> this is a big operation. so it's quite impressive. >> the way that they're turning around the city, i have to tell you, it's incredible. >> they really are incredible. carnaval parades start tonight and continue every night through mardi gras next tuesday, fat tuesday. boy, new orleans can handle. they know what they're doing. >> are you getting homesick? >> i know. >> you saw all that video. >> i fell in love the city. it's absolutely unbelievable. we have been talking about the southern hospitality. >> share this story. >> we were on the corner of the three of us, our little team, and we were wondering where we were going to go and eat and this guy in a delivery truck was just sitting in his cab and he said, what are you guys looking for? we said we're looking for a good breakfast place. hop in, i'll take you. we loved him. >> so you ended up in kentucky. [ laughter ] >> bernard took us to an excellent p
rush to clean up. crews are moving to clear the staging equipment from jackson square. same kind of evident under way along river bound lanes in front of the superdome too. >>> this is a big operation. so it's quite effective. >> the way they are turning around the city, i have to tell you, it's incredible. >> carnival parades start tonight and continue through mardi gras which is next tuesday. that's fat tuesday. >> it truly is incredible the way they do this. they run this operation. it's smooth. mardi gras of course they celebrate for two weeks so they had to split it up and have the super bowl right in between it all. >> you caught the front end of it with the beads and all that good stuff. >> so we were out at the parades on bourbon street. i think i went to three parades and you always think it's an adult affair but it really isn't. it's a family affair. there you go right there. beads. that's important on bourbon street. >> what time are we talking here? 1:00, 2:00 in the morning? >> probably. at 5 a.m., people are still out there
be completely covered for the show. no see-through clothing. the memo comes nine years after janet jackson's, uhm, so-called wardrobe malfunction. the 55th grammy awards airs sunday here on kpix 5 starting at 8 p.m. coming up after "60 minutes." >>> i'm curious if the storm is going to affect some of the stars coming here a lot of them based in new york. >> i think we'll probably get flights going by saturday night sunday morning. the good thing is when you have that much snow, snow is easier to get rid of than an ice storm. so i think we'll have problems today. tomorrow things probably better and something tells me the private jet for beyonce will likely be the first flight out of laguardia. here's a peek outside at what we have going on here, so much calmer. this picture brought to you by fastrak. traffic on the oakland side of the bay bridge. with the bay bridge in the background these are your current temperatures. we are chilly. did you see len ramirez? he had gloves on for good reason. san jose only 48 degrees right now. livermore 46. oakland
with a soft drink company. in the '80s, michael jackson teamed up with pepsi. ♪ you're the pepsi generation >> reporter: more recently, so did pink and britney spears, laying the foundation for beyonce's reported $50 million deal with the cola company. ♪ you belong with me >> reporter: some marketing experts say swift is different. appealing to a younger crowd. >> michael jackson, beyonce, they've never put themselves out there as the positive dream, that you can do it if you try, there's no need to cheat, wholesome attitude and mentality that taylor swift projects. >> reporter: swift may be under fire, but she remains widely popular, giving new meaning to the name "pop princess." ♪ >> reporter: for "today," nbc news, los angeles. >>> up next, speaking of singers, we'll take a look at -- or listen actually, why so many people, even the professionals, have such a tough time with our anthem. we're just looking, right? of course. this is the leo diamond. [ woman ] wow. [ man ] it's the first diamond ever independently certified to be visibly brighter. it's perfect. it even fits. that's bec
the underworld, to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, current. [ music ] >> this is "the full court press: the bill press show," live on your radio and on current tv. >> bill: here we go now 25 minutes after the hour nobody knows the foreign policy issues better, more in depth than joe ciriycone from the plow shares fund. you can find out all of the rest of the stuff plow shares is working on at their website, ploughshares.org. english spelling. we were talking about the chuck hagel and what he might do with the defense budget. i mean there are cuts coming for sure. can defense department survive that? >> it continual you heard leon pan ittetetta say it would be traumatic for the defense department. sequestration is almost certainly going to happen. but there is an upside that it forces choices. there are some turkeys there that are now probably going to get killed. one of them in particular is the plutoneian fuel plant, lindsey graham's home state that
in the day i didn't have michael jackson jacket, gloves, shoes -- >> you have it in your office. >> don't tell everybody that. don't tell nobody that. that's a secret between me and you, girl. hee-hee. >> we're going to bring it back down. this is kind of sad. robert de niro was on the katie show, and they were talking about -- he was there with bradley cooper and the producer of is the -- of "silver linings playbook" and they were talking about the responsibility of working on a movie, and robert de niro had a very interesting reaction. take a look. >> i don't like to get emotional. but i know exactly what he goes through. >> he was talking about the filmmaker of the movie who admitted he has a son who has dealt with and struggled with bipolar. there he is. so robert de niro didn't delve into it, but he says he knows what he's going through. ing we can -- we can only imagine that someone in his family is struggling with the same thing. he is the on screen father of bradley cooper who deals with bipolar in the movie. >> and you don't see that. >> the bravado totally gone away. >> we all
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